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Sunday, November 25, 2012
CNS' Lying Headline: 'Gov't Tells Americans What to Discuss at Holiday Dinner'
Topic: CNSNews.com

A Nov. 22 CNSNews.com article by Susan Jones carries the headline "Gov't Tells Americans What to Discuss at Holiday Dinner; Declares Thanksgiving 'Family Health History Day'."

That headline suggests coersion or  a mandate -- that the government has decreed that these subjects must be discussed. That's a lie, of course -- no such government mandate exists, nor does Jones' article claim there is one.

It seems that CNS has chosen to pander to right-wing readers (and, presumably, hope for a Drudge link) by sticking a false, alarmist headline on Jones' article. How cynical can you get?


Posted by Terry K. at 9:34 PM EST

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